Monthly Archives: May 2016

Not The Post I Wanted To Be Writing…

I was on holiday after I/O last week when Jeremy wrote up some of his thoughts on the current state of PWA UI treatment for URL access. We chatted on Twitter (apologies to Frances) and he followed up here. A few things seem obscured by the debate so far: Most “opens” of PWAs happen in […]

Service Workers and PWAs: It’s About Reliable Performance, Not “Offline”

A lot of smart folks keep asking me why AppCache isn’t a good enough solution for “offline” and why it was necessary to invent Service Workers. It’s a great question! Motivated by the regrettably uneven browser support landscape for Service Workers, there’s a real incentive to “just make something work offline” on iOS or old-IE. […]